Epstein eloquently defended the decision to start Kris Bryant in the minors.
Baseball is “injured” if Bryant isn’t suiting up for the Cubs on April 5, Boras says.
The issue is over whether Kris Bryant will make the Cubs roster out of spring training.
Epstein insists that service time discussions haven’t occurred regarding Bryant.
With Manny Ramirez in the fold, could the Cubs embrace Sammy Sosa again?
They’re all chasing Rahm Emanuel still.
The old Cubs have nothing to do with these new Cubs.
“We have a really nice culture,” Theo Epstein says.
The Cubs report to Mesa this Thursday, while the White Sox report to Glendale this Friday.
Plus, Epstein explains what Arismendy Alcantara’s role could be in 2015.
Indications are that president Ted Phillips could be moved to a business-only role.
“Jon is the perfect pitcher to lead our rotation for where we want to go,” Theo Epstein says.
The Cubs put a $155 million bet down on their bright future.
Tuesday provided a batch of good sports news that Chicago needed.
“I am totally excited,” Cubs manager Joe Maddon says.
New Cubs front office assistant Ryan Dempster has already placed a call to Lester.
The Cubs are chasing Jon Lester, but Theo Epstein is keeping perspective.
Dempster will also retire as a member of the Cubs’ organization.
Lester’s relationship with Cubs front office members won’t be the deciding factor, Jed Hoyer says.
Still, a decision doesn’t appear imminent from Lester.